A city man has been identified as the suspect in a shooting incident that took place on Carroll Street on November 15.
City officials recently settled a wrongful death lawsuit over the hanging death of an inmate, who was allegedly beaten by police officers and whose medical needs were neglected by jail guards, costing taxpayers $50,000.
Shots rang out at the intersection of East 19th Street and 11th Avenue during the evening hours of Friday.
A group of people involved in an alleged northern New Jersey car accident staging ring to defraud insurance companies out of thousands of dollars were charged today, according to the New Jersey Attorney General’s Office.
The city council earlier in the week approved $20,000 to settle a police brutality lawsuit brought forth by a resident, who alleged police officers “severely and repeatedly struck, beat and punched” him “in the face and about the body” during an arrest in 2011.
The city man, who was found dead on the steps of Roberto Clemente Park last month, was released from hospital just hours before, according to a police report released Thursday afternoon.
A city man who wounded another in a July 1 shooting incident at the intersection of Carroll and Olive streets is in police custody as of Wednesday evening, according to the Paterson Police Department.